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Oct 14, 2012 3:41pm EDT
security risks while allowing the diplomatic mission to interact with the local leaders and individuals in the population and still be effective? >> absolutely. that was one of the tensions we always had. we understood the need to engage across a wide spectrum of programs. that was one of the main reasons we wanted those security resources, so we could deploy sufficient resources to respond when there was a problem. there was not open warfare at all times in libya. generally speaking, we saw a lot of improvements. it was fairly permissive during the daytime, things started to heat up after hours. sort of a joke, i sought was in the newspaper, but we have a saying it was in libya, you are fine until you're not. our problem was that someone found themselves in an issue, we had three officers specifically trapped in the prime minister's building when it was stormed by fighters protesting a pay issue. were we going to have sufficient people who could respond and navigate their way and and extricate those people? with time and less resources,, we were not going to have that. one of the frust
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